Flag of West Virginia
West Virginia
Adopted March 7, 1929 [1]
Designed by West Virginia State Legislature [2]
Proportions 10:19 [3]

The flag of West Virginia is white with a blue border, with the West Virginia state coat of arms in the center of the flag. Above the coat of arms is two red stylized banners: the top banner with the words "STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA" in black lettering and the bottom banner with the state motto, "MONTANI SEMPER LIBERI", in black lettering.


White represents purity, and blue represents the United States. The coat of arms represents West Virginia, and so does the top red banner with the words "STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA". The state motto, "Montani Semper Liberi", is a Latin phrase meaning "Mountaineers Are Always Free".


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